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Tervetuloa

Hei ja tervetuloa tänne. Eikö "Kangasalan Urkutehdas" itse asiassa ole sama yritys kuin "Kangasalan Urkurakentamo"? Luo sitten uusi urkujen rakentajamerkintä ja määritä se oikein. Voit myös syöttää sinne tietoja sijainnista, historiasta jne. Terveisin, Martin (Google-Translate :))

Bilder

Bitte überprüfe, ob ich die in Wikipedia vorhandenen Orgelbilder bei einzelnen Orgeln aus Finnland den richtigen Instrumenten zugeordnet habe. Please check, if the inserted pictures match the right organ. Johannes

Category 'Organ Workshops'

Please also include the organ builder category, it's missing in your entries regularly. If the organ builders partly don't appear in the list perhaps try another browser (I for myself don't suffer from that problem). Thanks, Martin

new organ builders

It's necessary to add a special text and also the orgelbauer category then. Please see here and copy/paste this text into the empty field. Even with no entries there the map will appear. https://organindex.de/index.php?title=Vorlage:Orgelbauer

Important: also add "Kategorie:Orgelbauer" (enclosed by double brackets as it is with all categories) as last line. It's missing e.g. at "Wahlström, Carl"... In future I can't take care of that much entries anymore, sorry.

Thanks for them of course, it seems that now we're on the way to a respectable finish organ directory also. --MartinH (Diskussion) 19:11, 19. Apr. 2022 (UTC)


Loimaa, Alastaro Kirche

Heisst der Tremulant wirklich "Vibrator"? Bei uns würde man unter dieser Bezeichnung eher ein Gerät verstehen, das Damen Spaß machen soll. Is the tremulant really called a "vibrator"? With us, this term would be understood more as a device that should be fun for women.


Yes it is called that in some organs. In Finnish too it can mean something completely different, so this reason it's not written anymore like this.